Goodmorning Rochelle, I agree with Fairie,
It seems to me that perhaps you aren't allowing yourself enough nutrients in the day (with the exception of that Supper)
Whilst the cruskets are low in calories they are dead nutrients (just over processed space fillers)
And that Red Rooster dinner would contain a day and a half worths of fat grams and calories alone.
If your not into eating first thing in the morning, just indulge in a late breakfast around 10am (having all your meals a couple of hours later than usual can prevent night snacking)
A healthier meal plan for you to follow might be the Doctor Phil diet method. where you only eat 3 times per day (eating as much as you want until you are full) each meal on your plate has to have equal size portions of
1. plant life (from fruit and vege) raw is best but not essential.
2. starch (from bread, porridge, pasta, rice, cruskets, muffins etc.)
3. protein (from fish, cheese, eggs, chicken, meat, yoghurt, or a handful of nuts)
and drink 6-8 glasses of water (that doesn't include any tea's or coffee's you may drink)
Try to keep your fibre high, and fats and sugars low.
Fruits & Vegetables are there to nourish your body with antioxidants so you don't get diseases they also add lots of fibre to your diet so you wont get bowel cancer.
Vitamin A, found in Fish, eggs and carrots, promote eye cell health.
Vitamin B12, helps maintain healthy nerve cells and blood cells.
Protein, is your body repair kit, and is also needed to have healthy hair (a naturopath once said to me, "you are made out of protein so eat protein")
Whole grains (Barley, Brown rice, Buckwheat, Bulgur (cracked wheat) Millet, Oatmeal, Popcorn, Whole-wheat bread, pasta or crackers, Wild rice)
rather than refined grains (Corn flakes, Couscous, Enriched macaroni or spaghetti, Grits, Pretzels, White bread, White rice)
are a rich source of niacin, thiamin, riboflavin, magnesium, phosphorus, iron and zinc.
Eating whole grains (amongst many things) will also lower your risk of diabetes and heart disease.